Students can become members of one of Hofstra Law’s publications through outstanding academic performance, a strong showing in a writing competition, or the submission of an article deemed publishable by the editors.

Student editors and staff solicit articles from legal scholars, consider unsolicited manuscripts for publication, edit published works and publish articles that expand the frontiers of legal scholarship.

Hofstra Law Review, Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal and the Journal of International Business and Law (JIBL) are student-run journals and serve as important sources of scholarship that are widely recognized in other publications and judicial opinions.

The ACTEC Law Journal and Family Court Review are peer-reviewed publications, published under the auspices of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel and the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, respectively.

Explore other outside-the-classroom opportunities, such as externships, moot court or pro bono work.